Drop Off & Pick Up – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Drop Off and Pick Up

When you drop someone or something off, you bring that person or thing somewhere. You can also pick up someone or something which means to retrieve or go and get that person or thing.

  • I dropped off my shirts at the dry cleaner.
  • Can you pick me up at the station?

Have you dropped off or picked up anything or anyone this week?


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